Introverts can be creative

Introverts can be great writers, artists, and problem-solvers because many great ideas come out of introspection from spending time alone. They tend to see the big picture and spend time reflecting on their lives, making them great decision makers, compassionate leaders, and generally “old soul” types.

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Are introverts active?

Introverts are often mellower than extroverts, but this doesn’t mean they don’t like sports or more active activities. For introverts, being “rowdy” is not something that comes easily, and being in large groups of rambunctious people can feel pretty overwhelming, adding another energy-depleting aspect to them.

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Are introverts shy?

Not all introverts are shy. Some of them enjoy meeting new people, spending time with lots of people, and behave like social butterflies. The only difference is that socialising is tiring rather than energising for them. Lots of introverts prefer time one-on-one, and enjoy engaging in deep and close conversations.

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Are introverts anti-social?

Most introverts care a great deal about people, but they prefer to engage with them one-on-one rather than in a group. Most introverts find small talk a little uncomfortable and prefer to have deep conversations with one person at a time instead of struggling to hang out with a large group of people.

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